Long Term Effects Of Transient Ischemic Attack

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Article updated and reviewed by Associate Professor of Medicine / Neurology, Cooper University Hospital & Robert Wood Johnson Medical School. Editorial review provided by VeriMed Healthcare Network on May 2, 2005.

A TIA is a brief interruption in the blood supply to the brain that leads to temporary neurologic deficits (such as weakness, numbness, or tingling).

Each year, over tens of thousands of Americans - most of them in their 60s and 70s - have at least one transient ischemic attack...

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